leak

Galaxy X leaked by none other than Samsung itself

Galaxy X leaked by none other than Samsung itself

While some companies will stop at nothing to prevent their flagship devices from leaking out ahead of time, Samsung takes a more laid back approach to leaks. For all of its major devices over the past few years, it seems that Samsung has had its hand in at least a few leaks, and with the rumored Galaxy X, things are no different.

Continue Reading

Faraday Future’s EV plans are floundering as execs jump ship

Faraday Future’s EV plans are floundering as execs jump ship

Faraday Future is discovering it's harder than you might think to start a brand-new electric car company, with numerous executives leaving amid struggles to begin production. The automaker made headlines with its ambitious plans to take on luxury players and EV heavyweights alike, including Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Tesla, with cars built for autonomous driving but also promising supercar-style performance.

Continue Reading

Andromeda: The secret Microsoft folding tablet leaks

Andromeda: The secret Microsoft folding tablet leaks

The Microsoft Courier folding notebook-tablet may finally be getting its launch as a new Andromeda tablet, almost a decade after the ill-fated project first leaked. Way back in 2009, word broke of a skunkworks project within Microsoft developing a twin-touchscreen device that would fold, like a traditional paper journal. Dubbed Courier, it went on to become one of the most popular Microsoft concepts among would-be users.

Continue Reading

iPhone X supply reportedly just half Apple’s target

iPhone X supply reportedly just half Apple’s target

Apple may be promising in-store stock of the iPhone X when it launches next week, but savvy shoppers will head down sooner rather than later if the most recent supply leaks are true. Chatter of bottlenecks in iPhone X production have followed the smartphone before it was even officially announced, with various reasons for the handset's eventual rarity suggested over the past months. Whatever the cause, though, it adds up to a potential source of disappointment for would-be early adopters.

Continue Reading

OnePlus 5T renders leak, pairing rear fingerprint sensor with Galaxy S8 design

OnePlus 5T renders leak, pairing rear fingerprint sensor with Galaxy S8 design

It was recently revealed that the OnePlus 5 is completely out of stock in most markets around the globe, including the US and Europe, prompting the smartphone maker's CEO, Carl Pei, to admit that demand for the device has been higher than expected. Alongside this news has been increased rumors about a OnePlus 5T, and while solid details remain slim, a pair of images of the supposedly upcoming phone have been leaked on China's Weibo.

Continue Reading

If these are Razer’s Android smartphone specs, we’re impressed

If these are Razer’s Android smartphone specs, we’re impressed

Is the world ready for another niche Android smartphone? Razer apparently believes so, and going by a potential list of specifications for the upcoming handset, we're starting to think they could be right. Though Razer may be best-known for its gaming peripherals, there are signs that it knows what it's doing in piecing together a decent smartphone, too.

Continue Reading

Amazon’s smart doorbell could give delivery people access

Amazon’s smart doorbell could give delivery people access

Amazon is reportedly working on a smart doorbell, that would allow delivery people one-time access into your home. The device, which has not yet been officially confirmed by the retailer, is intended to offer a solution to disappearing packages and weather-damaged shipments, which can be left vulnerable, waiting on doorsteps for some time. According to a new report, it's one of a number of ideas Amazon has for addressing the problem.

Continue Reading

Tesla Model 3 parts were being built by hand, causing bottleneck: report

Tesla Model 3 parts were being built by hand, causing bottleneck: report

Tesla recently said that 'production bottlenecks' were slowing down its Model 3 efforts, and a new report allegedly sheds light on why: some of the parts were being built by hand, at least according to sources. Those sources claim that this hand-building process involved 'major portions' of the Model 3 vehicles, and that the hand production was still happening as recently as early September.

Continue Reading

Google Pixelbook leaks on reseller site alongside Clips accessory

Google Pixelbook leaks on reseller site alongside Clips accessory

The Google Pixelbook, a rumored premium Chromebook, has leaked once again, this time on an inventory page from a reseller. The page has since been taken down, but not before details were harvested from it. Among those details is the revelation of another Google device supposedly called Clips, a computer accessory of some sort, but one we know nothing about.

Continue Reading

Google Home Mini was just outed by Walmart

Google Home Mini was just outed by Walmart

Tomorrow is a big day for Google, as it's expected to reveal a number of big items like the Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, and the Google Home Mini. Before it gets the chance, though, Walmart is taking a little wind out of Google's sales by letting the cat out of the bag. It would appear that the massive retailer accidentally spilled the beans on the Google Home Mini just a day before it's going to be revealed.

Continue Reading

HTC U11 Life specs beat Android One release

HTC U11 Life specs beat Android One release

Android One has become quite popular since its introduction back in 2014, but it's been somewhat rare to see a mid-range phone launch under the Android One umbrella. The HTC U11 Life is shaping up to be one of the few mid-range Android One devices available, and today we're getting a good idea of what to expect from a hardware standpoint. That's thanks to a leaked list of specifications that leave little to the imagination.

Continue Reading

Google’s upcoming security upgrade is only for its high-risk users

Google’s upcoming security upgrade is only for its high-risk users

Google is readying special security tools for its high-profile users, reports claim, going beyond mere two-factor authentication. The development comes as investigations into the political impact of alleged Russian hacking during the US election in 2016 continue, alongside other high-profile attacks on data. However, according to insiders, Google plans to target its new system at a specific subset of users.

Continue Reading

1 2 3 4 5 Next